The former KRG Parliament Speaker, once banned from Erbil, predicts a strong party showing but difficulties aligning with other Kurdish parties after next month's election.
Less than a month before national elections, a member of the PUK's leadership council talks about Kurdish party in-fighting, the struggle for a united stand in Baghdad and the impact on Kurdistan's oil sector.
Basra's top oil man discusses developing Majnoon after Shell, plus myriad projects to repair and upgrade offshore export capacity.
Iraq's oil exports chief discusses Baghdad-Ankara-KRG oil negotiations, a new oil trading joint venture, and the possibility of a third grade of Basra crude.
Following the passage of seminal legislation to resurrect the Iraq National Oil Company, one of the principal authors discusses how it will reshape the country's oil sector.
Iraq's state drilling company builds its credentials as it competes with international service companies for international oil company contracts in Iraq.
Iraq's largest refinery, and the industry in south Iraq generally, is making steady progress for necessary growth.
Iraq announces record exports and oil sector development plans as it agrees to an extension of OPEC production quotas through 2018.
The top Hashid commander in Kirkuk discusses rising military tensions after Kurdistan's independence referendum.
The Peshmerga commander responsible for the KRG's fourth sector, including south of Kirkuk, talks about recent military escalations.
As political and military tensions mount around Kirkuk, the governor discusses the future of the province and its oil.
Kurdistan's top diplomat spells out what the U.S. and other allies must offer for KRG leaders to consider postponing their impending independence referendum.